Her leadership, which spanned the Great Recession, recovery, COVID, and other ups and downs, focused on audiences and equity, diversity, and inclusion.
TCG’s recent virtual gathering convened theatres of color to offer stories of hope, share practices and critiques, and build collective understanding.
The virtual convening begins tomorrow, July 11.
The first in the Windy City since 2010 and the first nationwide TCG gathering since 2022, it will be held in a hybrid format in partnership with the League of Chicago Theatres.
Rest Up, the first in a series of planned gatherings in a national initiative to advance a more equitable theatre ecology, will be held April 27-28.
3 years after shutdown, despite some encouraging signs, most U.S. theatres are struggling to get audiences to commit.
Kaʻiukapu Baker, Claudia Brownlee, and Lia Wallfish were awarded this year’s scholarship at a reception last month.
New trustees include Jennifer Bielstein, Qween Jean, and Clint Ramos.
Chang has been leading EDI initiatives at TCG since 2018.
Creators will receive funding for extra development and rehearsal after their shows’ first productions.